The Collaborative International Dictionary
Shet \Shet\, v. t. & i. [imp. Shet. (Obs. Shette (? or ?));
p. pr. Shet; p. pr. & vb. n. Shetting.]
To shut. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.]
Usage examples of "shette".
He reached for his shette, remembered it was in the armory, and opened his arms in a ready stance.
He was so weak he could only hold his shette in front of him like a weanling cub.
Soon Mikhail was roaring his battle cry as he swung his shette, amputating limbs and heads and being showered in blood.
As he slashed with his shette, clearing the way for his whelps, the sharp scent of fern cut through the odor of decaying vegetation.
When he passed a huge amphora tree he reversed his shette and drummed on the monstrous trunk, sending booming echoes into the undergrowth.
Mikhail hurdled a waist-high log, gripping his shette more tightly, and saw Guntor staggering in circles, wrapped by a half dozen snakes.
Guntor, dressed only in his leather shirt, roared a challenge, threw his spear and then charged the nearest fert, his shette a blur.
Besides, Bart knew he needed a new shette, and these cards could get him one of the finest Olarnite steel.
Only one man from each pack actually stood guard, the rest were sleeping, or sharpening their shettes and spear heads.